The other day I was browsing the blog for some cake recipes , that I had to do something good. I didn't know what bun something good to be! :)) Eventually this cake came out for me, a combination between a countertop from one cake and cream from another . The children said it was Kinder and they gave up their navy, so… it's over quickly!
- For the countertop:
- 6 eggs
- 150 g sugar
- 150 g ground walnuts
- 2 tablespoons cocoa
- 100 g biscuit breadcrumbs
- 1/2 glass of water
- For the cream:
- 300 ml milk
- 1 tablespoon starch
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 50 g white chocolate
- 100 g butter
- 1 vanilla sugar
Preparation Walnut and milk cream cake:
In a bowl mix the walnuts and sugar, pour the water and mix well. Put on low heat and stir continuously to boil the composition until all the water decreases. Set aside, add the cocoa mixed with the biscuit breadcrumbs, mix and leave to cool.
After the composition has cooled, add a yolk, mixing well after each one. The composition is quite swirling, but it will get the right consistency, fluffy and airy, after we incorporate in 2-3 rounds the beaten egg whites with a pinch of salt.
Pour the top composition in a tray (20/30 cm) lined with baking paper and bake on medium heat for about 40 minutes. The countertop should be soft but firm to the touch. Remove to a grill and leave to cool.
Mix the sugar with the starch. Add the milk little by little, until you get a homogeneous composition, without lumps. Put the pot on low heat and stir continuously until the composition begins to thicken. Add the broken chocolate pieces, mix well and continue to boil until the composition thickens well. Let it cool.
Mix the soft butter, at room temperature, with the vanilla sugar and add in the milk cream, little by little.
The well-cooled countertop is cut in half. In the tray in which I baked the countertop lined with food foil, put a countertop, distribute the cream evenly and cover with the second countertop. Wrap well in foil and refrigerate for (at least) 1 hour.
Portion as desired and powder with sugar.
Good appetite! 😉